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The Super-Gap and Vog are similar simple viewfinder cameras made in France by Georges Paris (Gap), c.1950. The metal body has a collapsible square lens tube, with an octagonal lens surround. Image format is 6x9cm frames on 120 film. The shutter has one instantaneous speed and a B setting (labelled "inst" and "pose" on the Super-Gap), and the fixed-focus lens has two apertures, "Normal" and "Soleil" (Sun).

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